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Daryl Hall & John Oates – Marigold Sky lyrics

If you had a dream did it happen

If you stop and think for a little while

Try to make up faces that once were real

Even though it seemed like a lifetime

Wasnt really more than a short ride

But it left me memories

That time cant steal


Chorus:

Oh my...marigold sky

Gold leaf reflections on the ocean

Yeah I was lost in the light

Like sand in a shell

She holds me

We were tryin to be so enlightened

Movin on from father, son and holy ghost

Trippin on the passion, hooked on love

Was I ever yours were you ever mine

Did we ever loose

What we tried to find

Wasnt all that passion a dream enough


Chorus:

Oh my...marigold sky

Gold sea reflections on the ocean

Yeah, I was lost in your light

That time was so right

I realize, realize

When a love is lost! its all so real

Broken heart needs oh so long to heal (oh no)

Though the magic happened some time ago

I know its alive

Ltll never grow cold

Marigold

Marigold sky

If you had a dream did it happen

If you stop and think for a little while

Can you bring back times that were once so real


Chorus: (repeat)



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